Driving down this particular street, I always forget about these beautiful lights in the tree until we come round the bend and there they are, glowing brightly. A fun, almost magical, surprise! They are hollow bulbs at least a foot in diameter. The owners kept them lit through February. I love seeing them.
At a restaurant we frequented there was a light above our table. I was playing with the shadow and reflection from my water glass one night and saw what looked like a flower or a clover in the bottom of the glass.
Turns out it was an anchor!
This spool was twirling as fast as it could go as I wound the bobbin, but my camera stopped the action. I love using old cotton thread, but only if it's still strong. It's smoother than any new thread I've found. Lavender is a great neutral.
One other little sign of spring. I took this on March 11 when I went to lunch with two high school friends. It was the last day before we were encouraged stay inside. Those daffodils are probably blooming by now.
And this was today. More rain with thunderstorms thrown in for good measure. I loved it. Thank goodness we had sun yesterday or I would have loved it less.
These are some of the last "outside of my house" photos. (I have a few more, but not many.) I'll have to start being more observant of the inside of my home if I want to post new photos, at least until this coronavirus thing is over.
I hope you are well and staying safe from covid-19!